Movie Review - 'Food, Inc.': For Health Or Profit, But Not Necessarily For Both Filmmaker Robert Kenner explores the underbelly of America's food industry — and the health consequences of its food-supply stranglehold — in his documentary Food, Inc.
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For Health Or Profit, But Not Necessarily For Both

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Polyface Farms' Joel Salatin, an organic-foods evangelist, relaxes in his field in a scene from Food, Inc. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Polyface Farms' Joel Salatin, an organic-foods evangelist, relaxes in his field in a scene from Food, Inc.

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'In The Grocery Store'

'With Michael Pollan'

'Diabetes In Children'

'We Would Never Have Gone Home'

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The Orozcos family gets food on the run.

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Businessmen wander the field toward the factory.

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